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Continued: Safety net clinics try a high-tech new model

  • Article by: JEFF HARGARTEN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 5, 2013 - 9:36 PM

“This has a lot of potential to benefit patients going to the safety-net clinics,” said Julie Sonier, senior research fellow at the University of Minnesota. The project should “reduce the fragmentation” of health care in Minnesota, she said.

Or as Tate put it simply: “We all do better when we’re all doing better.”

 

Jeff Hargarten is a University of Minnesota student journalist on assignment for the Star Tribune.

 

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